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What makes people so ill about what others do?
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Posted 2/23/2021 07:32 (#8852498 - in reply to #8838823)
Subject: RE: What makes people so ill about what others do?

Western-Central Lower Michigan
We got a few good hearted folks at Church who tell us what we should and shouldnt do "socially" such as a discussion ensued about a breakfast being held in the social hall after Easter service.
You would think we were talking about opening the Gas Chamber in Auschwitz.

The difference is for me, I can make a choice to either go or not go. But it grinds my gizzard to hear some sing the song to stay isolated and that THEY are saying YOU SHOULDNT BE ALLOWED TO DO THAT. By the way our local restaurants are allowed to open, though there is "some tables closed" to allow for social distancing. Our area has been offering COVID vaccinations for some time, and at least some have taken the vaccine. The congregation is weighted toward elderly, and those concerned use the excuse that those are the most at risk of death if they get COVID.

I go back to the "freedom of choice" and not being told what to do. If you are concerned, STAY HOME, just dont tell other people what to do.
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